Air France says it’s starting an airline for millennials.
we wanted stable careers, pensions, and health insurance but what we got was an airplane named Joon https://t.co/ChTxAQTIh9
— me, an idiot (@dcseifert) July 21, 2017
@dcseifert, reacting to the news that Air France is launching a new airline -— Joon — that specifically targets millennials. The announcement says Joon promises an “innovative and offbeat” experience, with few details of what that means aside from the flight crew wearing trendy uniforms. “The only thing millennials want on planes, is the same thing everybody wants: more legroom,” Xaelias commented at theverge.com.
Watching corporations try to market to millennial is so painful https://t.co/iaKI5noB2f
— ⭐️ Simon (@SimonMLSFI) July 21, 2017
Conor McGregor trolls Floyd Mayweather with an old jersey.
Wow. I just realized that Conor is rocking a C.J. Watson jersey because that's who Floyd caught his wife texting… that's supreme trolling
— Nubyjas Wilborn (@nwilborn19) July 23, 2017
@nwilborn19, tweeting after MMA fighter Conor McGregor wore an old C.J. Watson Warriors jersey to mess with boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr., his upcoming opponent. Mayweather’s ex-girlfriend Josie Harris told police he assaulted her in 2010 after finding texts between her and Watson. McGregor’s post also started an Instagram feud with Draymond Green, who currently wears No. 23 for the Warriors.
Draymond Green and Conor McGregor are going at it this morning on Instagram: pic.twitter.com/Ua3qIoh5gb
— SB Nation (@SBNation) July 23, 2017
After he resigned, Spicer’s story about stealing a fridge came out.
Damn man, you couldn't just ordered one off of amazon and had it shipped Prime? You gotta take it from your own staffers?
— Chartreuse Lantern (@fakemikejones) July 22, 2017
@fakemikejones, tweeting about The Wall Street Journal story from Friday that opened with an anecdote about the now former White House press secretary Sean Spicer stealing a mini-fridge from junior staffers. After Spicer resigned, The Journal published a collection of some of the indignities he faced while in office. Early in his tenure, the paper reported, Spicer asked his aide to tell the junior staffers he wanted their fridge. When the staffers refused, Spicer allegedly took it from their office in the evening after they had left work.
It all makes sense now. Spicer was afraid to quit for so long bc he knew the mini-fridge story would get out. https://t.co/HNb767WPtb
— Ian Crouch (@iancrouch) July 21, 2017
The Queen of England’s favorite song is …
“Guys … the Queen’s favorite song to dance to is … ‘Dancing Queen’ by Abba. My life is complete. I’m done.”
@TiManmi509, reacting to a story that recently resurfaced about Queen Elizabeth being a fan of the song “Dancing Queen,” by Abba. Chris Evans, a radio DJ for the BBC, recounted in the past that when “Dancing Queen” was played at a royal banquet, the queen got up to dance. “I always try to dance when this song comes on, because I am the queen, and I like to dance,” he reported that Queen Elizabeth said.
The Queen's favorite song is Dancing Queen what a time to be alive.
— Franny (@Inu_Atsumeme) July 23, 2017